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Readers Digest (No. 66, October, 1927) (October 1927)



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Keywords: Reader's Digest; October 1927; Elbert Hubbard
Year: 1927
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The Reader's Digest of Lasting Interest

No. 66

October, Nineteen Twenty-Seven



Contents:

Men and Women - American - 321

The Prince of Wales - Review of Reviews - 325

Don'ts of Antique Collecting - Mentor - 327

"Pax!" - Harper's - 329

A Highway Under the Hudson - World's Work - 331

My Only Daughter - Pictorial Review - 333

Honesty in Advertising - Nation - 335

The American Merchant Marine - Atlantic - 337

Ice That Melts to a Gas - Scientific American - 339

The "Thing" in Families - Outlook - 341

Remarkable Remarks - Independent - 343

The 15 Finest Short Stories - Forum - 345

Blazing Publicity - Vanity Fair - 347

The Day After Tomorrow - Cosmopolitan - 349

The Cave of the Magic Pool - Scribners - 351

Mad Movie Money - American Mercury - 353

Diplomas for Sale - McCall's - 355

Beavertown Comes Back - Sat. Evening Post - 357

How Do You Treat Your Family? - Success - 359

It's Safe to Fly - Collier's - 361

Our Courts and Free Speech - Harper's - 363

Trapped with a Microscope! - Popular Science - 365

Why the Church Is Slipping - World's Work - 367

The Advantages of Disaster - Harper's Bazar - 369

Should a Doctor Tell? - Living Age - 371

If I Had All That Money - Century - 373

Breach of Promise--Why? - Woman Citizen - 375

America Under Fire - Harper's - 377

My Friend Kakoot - Atlantic - 379

Tear Down Some Churches - Wom. Home Companion - 381

The New Harvest Hand - Review of Reviews - 383



Elbert Hubbard quote on Page 343: "A genius is a man who takes the lemons that Fate hands him and starts a lemonade stand with them. -Elbert Hubbard."


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